Value Accounting Singapore – Company Incorporation in Singapore
Starting up a business in Singapore? Let Value Accounting Singapore assist you with your incorporation. Local and foreign investors wanting to conduct business in the country have to be registered as any of the following business entities: private limited company, limited liability partnership, limited partnership, sole proprietorship, partnership, non-profit entity, or an offshore company.
At Value Accounting Singapore, we are committed to helping our clients set up or expand their businesses. Our dynamic team is ready to help you fulfill all the requirements for incorporation in Singapore. We will help you navigate the company formation process in Singapore and provide adequate services.
Preparation for Incorporation
Our basic incorporation Singapore services include preparation of the following documents: memorandum and articles of association (M&A), share certificates, statutory books & registers; and a common seal.
M & A. The Memorandum and Articles of Association are considered as the constitution of a business entity. These show the essential features of the company and how the relationship of the company with its members is being regulated. Under the law, the M&A shall be dated and shall state the following:
- Name of the company
- Liability of the members
- Number of members
- Names, addresses, and occupation of the subscribers
- Issue of share capital and rights attached to the shares
- Statement of the subscribers’ desire to form the company and their agreement to take up shares in it
- Procedures for general meetings and notices to the same
Share Certificate. A share certificate constitutes proof of ownership of a certain number of shares in a company. It is usually the company secretary who prepares this document. And in the document, the following are stated:
- Details of the shareholder
- Number of shares
- Share certificate number
Statutory books and registers. These are the legal and official records of a company that must be kept updated and always available for inspection. Its typical contents are the following:
- Register of Application and Allotment of Shares
- Register of Auditors
- Register of Directors
- Register of Directors’ Shareholdings
- Register of Members
- Register of Mortgages or Charges
- Register of Secretaries
- Register of Transfers
Common Seal. Also known as company seal, it is used by the company to endorse legal documents such as contracts, deeds, and share certificates. It contains the company name and its registration number.
Incorporation Made Easy
Let us assist you in incorporating your business here in Singapore. Our affordable and simplified services make incorporation in Singapore easy.
Any Business Entities that you require to suit your business needs can be formed promptly with our business setup package. Talk to our consultants today for any of the following business entities:
- Private Limited Company (Pte. Ltd.)
- Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)
- Limited Partnership
- Sole Proprietorship
- Non-Profit Entity
- Offshore Company